About 82,000 American service members are listed as Missing in Action – 72,000 from World War II alone.
Space exploration is a geocentric endeavor. Everywhere we look in the solar system, we learn something new about Earth.
Emily, Matt, and Nick will talk to experts who know just how dangerous cumulonimbus clouds can be, and explore the story of William Rankin, who found out firsthand.
You probably know that shooting stars aren’t really stars, but what ARE you seeing?
The criteria to become an astronaut has evolved over the years, but it’s still one of the toughest jobs to land.
NASA launched TESS, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, on April 18, 2018, continuing our search for planets outside of our solar system (aka exoplanets).
This episode is all about orbital debris, a.k.a. space junk – where it comes from, how we’re trying to solve the debris problem, and what happens when it comes back to Earth.